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in in morgan town, west virginia. >> you said you worked for allen ratner. this audience knows ellen ratner from her appearance here. before we talks about her, i want to run a clip. this is just her appearance on this network. about the same time this happened. >> i was a big marcher in the 1960s. many marchers, the biggest one was in november of 196 the -- 1969 against the war. all of those l.b.j. i will not repeat what we used to say. i've been a big dissenter my whole life. >> ellen ratner in my recollection could not be any farther away from you politically. >> in the day in congress, there was zero that ellen ratner and i agreed upon. zero. politically. today we might agree on some things but still today i call ellen lovingly the queen of the left. ellen is a pure true liberal. we've been friends since i walked into the doors of congress. politically, we grew closer here and there. >> what did she do for you? >> ellen did several things. we not only became friends, we had this carmick relationship. she changed her birthday party, her big 50th. as a result, i didn't want to go to a sc
. ellen. hey. you guys, i want you to meet jerry. oh, we've heard a lot about you. it is so sweet of you to take her out. yeah. you don't even know how much she needs this. she coming off a bad breakup? no. see ya. get your messages? yeah. no one called. they act like it was some act of charity just going out with her. so she's the loser of the group. every group has someone that they all make fun of. like us with elaine. there's no way ellen is the loser of that group. are you looking deep down at the real person underneath? no, i'm being as superficial as i possibly can. hey, i think i may have found someone for the scholarship. yeah? i'm interviewing all these annoying little overachievers. finally this kid walks in, steven koren a regular guy. likes sports watches tv. is he smart? he knows how to read. he also knows that finishing an entire book doesn't prove anything. and get this. he's into architecture. hey, just like you pretend to be. yes. with a little guidance steven koren is going to be everything i claim to be only for real. that's my dream, jerry. i had a dream last night t
unexpected, ellen ratner wrote a nice piece, president bush has saved more lives than any other president in history. with his work in africa. he is never going to be media's favorite president by a long shot but his coverage is following it. >> jon: and he has him 47% approval and 49% in a fox news poll? >> even a basher of president bush joan walsh talked about how his numbers have changed. even people who did not like him and continue not to like him had to recognize in the media that his numbers have changed. >> there were two good columns on "washington post", one by the former writer and even more powerful by charles krauthammer. his central point, whatever else you wanted to say president bush he kept the country safe. there was not another domestic terrorist attack under his watch and that counts for a lot. >> why the focus on failures in the media coverage? katrina and the poor intelligence on the gulf war? >> possibly bush bashing nostalgia because it's clearly something bashing a president haven't been doing lately for the past five years or so. also, i think there was a steady
day for animals, that one. oh, well. >>> coming up in "the skinny," seeing double on the ellen degeneres show. why the host and viewers had quite a big surprise. >>> and expert advice on pro tebllin tekting you from hackers online. important information about the passwords you should and should not use. you're watchs "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by airwick national park scent. ng , and can take 10 years to bloom. so at air wick, we waited. crafted by our expert perfumers for your home. air wick cactus flower and warm breeze is part of our limited edition national park collection. air wick. the craft of fragrance. >> the life insurance policies through the colonial penn patriot program came in the mail today. >> good. you know, i'm really glad we got this insurance. dad taught me so much, especially how important it is to protect the ones you love. these policies will help do that if anything ever happens to either one of us. >> right, it was easy to apply for the coverage. >> it was. we answered a few simple health questions, didn't even
school of government at texas a&m university. and ellen levinson, director of the alliance for global food security, made up primarily of g.o.s that deliver food and other aid. she also heads a consulting firm whose clients include u.s. companies that produce food. welcome to you both. andrew natsios, tell us more. what's the case for this change that the obama administration wants to make? >> we actually proposed this change ten years ago under president bush. we proposed that 25% of the budget at the time of title ii be used under food for peace for local purchase of food. this is not a partisan issue. if president obama and president bush both support the same reform you have to ask the question who's opposed to it. special interest groups are opposed to it. they killed the legislation then and they're trying to kill it now. the case for it is, one, it takes three to four months to ship food. i ran the program for four years, 25 years ago and then when i was aid administrator for five years. i know exactly how much time it takes because that's the subject i teach, actually. famines
. >> greta: coming up, ellen degeneres teaming up with dennis quaid. that's next. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. even in stupid loud places. to prove it, we set up our call center right here... [ chirp ] all good? [ chirp ] getty up. seriously, this is really happening! [ cellphone rings ] hello? it's a giant helicopter ma'am. [ male announcer ] get it done [ chirp ] with the ultraugged ocera torque, only from sprint direct conct. buy one get four free for your business. to your table for a limited time! it's our seafood dinner for two for just 25 dollars! a handcrafted seafood feast made to share. first you each get salad and unlimited cheddar bay biscuits. then choose two from a wide variety of chef-inspired trées like our new honey garlic crispy shrimp or new seafood lover's lingui. round out
. brown: we continue our look at this case and the larger implications with ellen matloff director of cancer genetic counseling at yale cancer center. she's a plaintiff in today's case. kevin noonan an intellectual property attorney and founder of the blog patent docs, dot-org. you heard marcia talk about the legal arguments. as someone involved in genetic counseling and research, what's the essence of this case for you? what's at stake? >> well, i've really seen from the ground floor what this has done to patient care over the last 15 years. keep in mind that when these genes were cloned many laboratories were offering this testing. there was nothing novel here, no invention, no special process, no special machine. we were doing this testing in our laboratory at yale. and then when the patents became... when they clamped down on the patents, our labs and all others were shut down. >> brown: kevin noonan, same question to you. as someone involved in the patent world and research, what do you think is the essence of this? >> i think that that is true. you're looking at what is going
. we look at libraries and legacies now with three historians: ellen fitzpatrick of the university of new hampshire, h.w. brands from the university of texas at austin and "newshour" regular michael beschloss. well, michael, let me start with you and with a general question. what's the purpose of these libraries? how much do they help shape people's views of former presidents? >> well, the muss seem part of the library is basically, and this is true of most of these libraries, an effort to give you the president's point of view on his own presidency, and that of his partisans. so people come to see those museum, it's stimulating. they learn a lot about the presidency. but i think they all accept it is like walking into the president's own memoir. the part exciting to us historians is the archives, letters, documents, national security stuff is opened as time goes on, that's what really moves us to reconsider a president. >> brown: ellen fitzpatrick in the specific case of george w. bush, how fixed do you think is his legacy and what, what will people be looking at in terms of him w
you. you save a lot of people. >> okay. next speaker. >> good morning. i am ellen bloom bloomfield and i serve as the social services manager at open house. we provide community support services and housing for lgbt older adults in san francisco. >> having trouble with the mic. >> yeah, sorry about that. many of the things i wanted to address mr. hirsch addressed so eloquently so i won't go into that. i do want to say that we too at open house are seeing many no fault evictions. we have a housing clinic that we've had for about two, two and a half years in which we try to provide information to assist people in finding affordable senior housing. i realize this month earlier in the month they was taking appointments for this clinic in march for may and june. that's how great the need is right now. i would like to share with you actually a few examples of the kinds of people that are meeting in the housing clinic. one is a 70 year old woman who had been working as i residential manager on chestnut street. part of her job she received housing. when the employer decided that sh
. ellen rattner, francesca's here tonight, changing lives press. i never thought i'd do a book, but my cousin, god rest his soul, wrote knute rockne. so i always told the republicans he coined the phrase, the gipper. and ronald reagan, that was his successful movie. so i always gave my cousin credit -- sorry, ellen -- for electing ronald reagan. my cousin told we i needed to write a book. i just never thought i'd write this one or write it this way. so i put a lot of thought into it. didn't do the book at first, and then i did "60 minutes" with my former chief of staff. and neil and i agreed to do it together, and here's why we did. it was percent to have the two of us. it -- it was better to have the two of us. if i said this, neil could say, no, huh-uh, bob, or vice versa. so in my opinion having the two of us side by side was a better way to do that. so i went to india then and saw "60 minutes" over there. and when i saw it, i watched jack abramoff. i did this to mideast, period. -- myself, period. but i watched jack abramoff on that "60 minutes" and, you know, i could feel some of
program at that time -- [laughter] i did something i swore i wouldn't do which was to listen to ellen rattner telling me that i needed to do radio. i said i don't need anything public. i just need to be quiet, and i need to sit around a little bit. she said, no, you have some experiences and some knowledge or working history of politics and government, so do it. well, the first show we did was tom harvin, ellen d it with me. and, of course, i knew who tom hartman was. i've got a lot of respect for tom hartman. i think today in washington you're to the left or you're to the right. and it doesn't matter how tom would be classified, he's fair. and he knows journalism. and he's an accomplished author in other fields that i've had an interest to see some of his, of his books. so i was a little nervous, but we did the show. and it really went well, and then i continued to do the whole radio gig. did my own show for a little bit, bob ney news notes out of wheating, west virginia, with longtime friend howard monroe. and that was an interesting thing to do, but after a while i didn't like doin
to give it a shot and i'm going to let ellen
'm going to let ellen take. there's a couple of ways to go b.a. about that. the best way to make the request is walk around the school and thrills about the small things that can be fixed. we do have a program that specifically works around schools >> is there a contact or a website we can go to? >> why don't i say you start with me. it's under riccardo. the most basic way to get started and having a conversation of what's possible and not possible >> s e l e ta. reynolds. and at s for example so the outcome of a walking audit is usually a long list of things from a stop sign to paint some red curb over here or we want a road diet we want this 4 lanes to be 3 lanes or we want a crossing guard. each one of those requests is inincumbent upon the person walking around. through there is a judgment loophole but it would be sent to a group of engineers and their ways to kind of push that over time as you described. road diets i, you know, they can range in cost from $100,000 to a million dollars so it depends upon the complexity. it might be have to be rolled into a larger
to give it a shot and i'm going to let ellen take. there's a couple of ways to go b.a. about that. the best way to make the request is walk around the school and thrills about the small things that can be fixed. we do have
things seem to have stabilized in china. we'll see if ellen colman has the same to say. she'll be joining us to talk more about this. running through the details quickly. >> operating shares seem to be about 7% to 9%. a couple other things in here. q1 revenue webs $10.5 billion. okay. that's interesting because -- >> they're looking for full year -- i don't know if you guys have the earnings up. my machine is busted on this. but for the full year, they're looking for 385 to 405. can anybody tell me what they were expng f full year? >> i don't know what the full year is, but i just referenced agriculture the.that continues to be hot. the agriculture business was up 14% year over year. the weakness was in chemicals. that was expected. so chemicals down 17%. agriculture was up 14%. a lot of people don't view dupont as an agriculture company, but that has increasingly been a focus. >> especially with the dealership from monsanto. so 385 to 405 is the full year outlook for earnings. 389 is where the street is right now. that's right in the middle of that range. she'll be joining us coming up a
to "finding nemo." it's going to be called "finding dory." it will once again feature the voice of ellen degeneres as the voice of that character. "finding nemo" won top awards along the way. "finding dory" will hit the theaters in 2015. that should be funny. anything ellen does is funny. >> high expectations for that. "finding nemo" one of my favorite animated movies. >> it was great. >>> coming up next on this wednesday morning, we're getting the first, up-close look at that deadly florida sinkhole. >>> and a coach's abusive behavior a secret no more. how the verbal and physical abuse was exposed. [ male announcer ] this is kevin. to prove to you that aleve is the better choice for him, he's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with him all day as he goes back to taking tylenol. i was okay, but after lunch my knee started to hurt again. and now i've got to take more pills. ♪ yup. another pill stop. can i get my aleve back yet? ♪ for my pain, i want my aleve. ♪ [ male announcer ] look for the easy-open red arthritis cap. ♪ wow. ♪ what? ♪ mmm. it looks
, and a psychotherapist who's using dolphins to rehabilitate prisoners, and ellen page star of the charming independent film juno. oh, i'd so do her. you'd do the dolphins. do i get an honorable mention for designing the telescope camera mounting bracket you used? sorry, it's not part of my heartwarming and personal narrative in which a humble boy from new delhi overcame poverty and prejudice and journeyed to america to reach for the stars. poverty? your father's a gynecologist. he drives a bentley. it's a lease. i'm confused. was there some sort of peer review committee to determine which scientists would be included? peer review? it's people magazine. people picked me. what people? the people from people. yeah, but exactly who are these people? what are their credentials? how are they qualified? what makes accidentally noticing a hunk of rock that's been traipsing around the solar system for billions of years more noteworthy than any other scientific accomplishment made by someone under 30? boy, i'll bet ellen page's friends aren't giving her this kind of crap. are you proud of yourself? in general,
, just keep swimming, swimming, swimming. >> i love that movie and that fish. and now ellen degeneres announced the long-awaited sequel on her talk show. >> and today i am proud to officially announce that pixar is releasing "finding dory." and here's the good news. they say i'm one of the top five contenders to play the part of dory. i will be dory again, which is the most fun in the world. the entire sequel is about dory. the name of the movie is about "finding dory" and that's the name of the movie. and that's it. >> a.j. hammer is joining us now. what took them to long? did they forget? >> it could be because pixar was able to get the entire cast back together, ellen along with andrew statton. maybe it's because of the release of the 3-d version of "finding nemo." but really i'm thinking it could be because of all of the lobbying that ellen degeneres has done to get the sequel made. you have to look at how she pushed for "finding dory." >> they made a movie on this and then it was so successful that they made a sequel which happens when movies are very, very successful. i'll much
when the first blast went off. his wife ellen was waiting for him about 100 yards before the finish line and they join us on the phone now. good to have both of you with us. tell me what you saw, ellen. >> well, i had actually been at heartbreak hill for the first half of the marathon waiting for steve to go by. once he did, i then headed into boston as i did last year to see him over by boylston street. i made my way. i was 100 yards from the finish. and probably about ten minutes before i expected steve to come by, i heard this blast and saw this brown smoke coming up from down by the finish line. i think everybody around us was just confused and shocked at what was happening. and i think others had mentioned it sounded like a cannon or, you know, with the patriots day activities, you didn't know if it was some kind of a celebratory sound which seemed odd because i've been there before and never heard such a thing before. and within ten seconds, second one and there was no question at that point that there was something seriously wrong and everybody just started running and scream
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-decision in the game and just one win this season. >> $50,000. >> if you tune in to "ellen" today you will see why these folks are cheering. this is a reaction from students and staff at a school in manassas when ellen surprised them with $50,000. the money will make sure everyone can afford the right clothes for new school uniform program. you can see whole story on "ellen" today at 3:00 here on news4. >>> we have time for a final check now on our forecast. here is tom. >> low clouds with us. sheer the view from space. storm team 4 satellite radar and not really seeing any rain. we are just getting some little bit of light drizzle, some scattered sprinkles into the cloud cover. and it is going to be a cool day right now it is just in the upper 50s to 60 degrees. later, low 60s. lot of cloudiness around and slight chance of a sprinkle or drizzle later this afternoon. overnight tonight cloud cover breaks up. we will get sun back tomorrow. partly cloudy and wednesday, thursday, provide. morning lows, 40s and afternoon highs near 70. and 7-dayoutlook into the weekend. saturday, sunday looking terrifi
. and for today, again, a big thanks to ellen and pam for your leadership and bringing the hearts and the heros together. it's such a wonderful just community effort to support our general hospital and all of the work that it does. everybody knows what it does already. but i also want to say there are other heros that you are acknowledging today and i would like to just give them a word of thanks. you know, when people get to the hospital, sometimes, it's in time. sometimes it's a little late. but having a world-class hospital treat you, is what we expect and come to expect in this world-class city. but there are also people that work in addition, to the emergency staff that aren't being recognized today and i want to give a south out to john cat he and officer david sand volunteer of the police department because they are doing prefix work because they know, they know along with our police chief and all the others that if we prevent people from getting injured if we can get them into lifestyles that are safer, we will be that much more successful as a city and they are doing that with gang
and ellen newman and nancy vekcal come to you and you don't say no. as a matter of fact, when pam bear comes to you, larry she is much toucher than you when pam comes to you you done say know no and so we are proud of this relationship at visa that we have with this organization, the foundation and we are really proud of the work that we do in this community in san francisco that we call home. you know, it's through the san francisco general hospital foundation that we are able to impact all residents lived lives and is vital for the health and welfare of the san francisco community and visa is proud and i really mean it visa is proud to support in world-class hospital that is responsible for keeping the alt bay area healthy and at visa we recognize the importance of supporting our local communities of where we live and work which, is why i'm proud on behalf of visa and all of the folks here today from visa to present aztec hero who's the quintessential example of someone who's dedicated to improving the welfare and safety of those in our mutual community the general -- saves people su
dory," who you may remember was the fish, the voice by ellen degeneres. >>> and celebrity witnesses are getting the most attention. >>> also? >> i don't think anybody really knows what california really looked like. what you see now is not what california was like. >> yeah, what did it look like around here before people, before we all got in the way? one man is trying to figure that out and turn back the clock right here in the heart of silicon valley. >>> plus, will it get much worse? the new prediction for this year's allergy season. >>> and good afternoon, i'm jeff fournier in the nbc bay area, walnut creek, 72, oakland, maybe the a's game? clouds, increasing temperatures in the 50s, back with rain in just moments and when that arrives. >>> new details on the growing tension in the korean peninsula, the u.s. air power is said to be at the ready after north korea threatened to power up a nuclear power plant which closed in 2007. u.s. officials believe it is more of a taunt than a general threat, since north korea blew up the cooling tower to prove that the plant was closing. the
which goes on sale tomorrow. >>> ellen thrilling fans by instagraming "it's official" next to a poster for the newly announced "finding nemo" sequel, "finding dory" slated for fall 2015. we've got to wait two years. takes a long time to draw that stuff. >>> halle berry had to restrain fiance olivier martinez after an aultder indication with paparazzi outside l.a.x. monday night. he was carrying daughter nala and reportedly lashed out as a photographer for getting too close. always tough. >>> i'm richard lui, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> in "politico," corporations getting cold feet on tax reform as d.c. finally gets serious about fixing our tax system, it looks like the captains of industry are now backpedaling. >>> u.s. struggling to contain nuclear threats from north korea, iran. despite four years of diplomacy, the isolated nations remain resistant to stand down on their nuclear programs. >>> when you're hundreds of stories above manhattan, the view can't be too shabby. one world trade center is still under construction, b
back into the city. >> right. any other questions? thank you very much ellen and thank you for the work that you do. >> thank you. [applause] >> i want to acknowledge supervisor david campos came into the room. thank you for coming in and we will ask you if you want to speak in a few seconds. we're running behind because we had a late start today. anybody that would like to testify line up over there. everyone is welcome to speak. next speaker. take up too much time this morning. i am jason alley and the outreach coordinator working closely with our lovely folks here who are hosting this housing forum in addition to a group of community based researchers, advocates, and alleys who are concerned about the challenges facing lgbt seniors here in san francisco. i just want to sort of talk a little bit about housing in relationship to just the whole rooster of health and aging needs in the city through the lens of an important project coming this week so on line survey of lgbt and abling issues is being launched this week and we need as many people to help spread the word so
, the easy ones. thank you again. [applause] >> good morning. i'm ellen beattie. he international refugee committee whose mission is to work with people who has been displaced by conflict, ersecution, an disaster. i would like to go back to the history of the organization. it was founded in 1933 after a request of albert einstein. that was the year that it her came to power in germany. albert einstein was looking for a way to get people a way to flee starting then. so the organization was founded to create, sort of something like an underground railroad for people to flee and has been working ever since for 80 years. ur original work is the work i'm going to talk about, which is bringing people into the u.s. to provide a safe haven. today, the committee is in 42 countries around the world working with our grope and other partners in refugee camps and other camp-like situations nd other urban situations with people displaced. in 22 countries -- excuse me, cities in the united states as well as people displaced by persecution, such as victims of human trafficking. so we've got the overview
is that masked man? >>> ellen degeneres an porras and portia derossi are having an open house and we're all invited. they're taking you to their california horse ranch which is eight cabins, two barns and 26 acres to ride on. this was once owned by william powell, the actor. we also learn in the magazine that ellen and i share the decorating bug. looking at the pictures, i don't think she's braking for any yard sales in the creation of this incredible retreat. check out the gorgeous eye candy and ellen decorated it all in the new oren of "elle decor." >> what part of california, do we know? >> hidden valley. >> yeah. >> beautiful, there are towns in the west that aren't as large as that. >> ooh. who is that masked man? that's going to be my little tag line for every story. >>> justin timberlake also in "pop news" this morning. he got a solo performing in a tribute to memphis soul as part of a series called "in performance at the white house." also there to bring the house down, queen latifah, alabama shake, legend mavis staples and al green, who by the way, the first lady says the president
to conservative magazine and ellen radner. i'm jon scot i'm in for jon scott, fox news watch. >> i've heard some in the washington press, what happens to gun violence in legislation in congress this week will either be a political victory or defeat for me. connecticut, this is not about me. this is mott about politics. this is about doing the right thing for all the families who are here that have been torn apart by gun violence. it's about them and all the families going forward so we can prevent this from happening again. that's what it's about. the law enforcement officials putting their lives at risk, that's what it's about. it's not about politics. >> president obama making his second trip to connecticut since the newtown school shootings, he did that earlier this week, making the last ditch attempt to the faltering efforts to pass stricter gun legislation. then on thursday, the senate ending a filibuster attempt for a bill which clears the path for a floor fight next week and it could bring about the biggest changes in gun laws in about 20 years. we'll talk to the panel about this and jim,
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